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Tag Archives: 2015-Apr

Power In Parable Series (1 of 7)

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This is an invitation to journey through the parables. This will be a series that runs over the course of many issues. Please click here  for all the articles in the Power In Parable series.   Each Biblical parable gives us a close encounter ...

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Zacchaeus , A Wee Little Man

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A few weeks ago, I sat in a coffee shop with a dear friend. As two people who run ministries, we found ourselves discussing the typical challenges and conflicts that tend to arise in the “religious” world. He had found ...

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Carmel With Jesus

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“We should get together for coffee sometime.” Confession: I don’t drink coffee. I’ve never had more than a couple of sips in my entire life (and I’m a teacher!). I love the smell but can’t stand the taste. I have ...

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Being Brave In Our Inadequacy

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I must have watched the movie “Braveheart” at least a dozen times over the last 15 years. There is a particular line in the movie when Mel Gibson’s character, William Wallace, tells the beautiful princess with great certainty–moments before he ...

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More Coffee Please

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Have you seen the quote floating around Instagram and Pinterest these days? “All I need is a little bit of coffee and a whole lot of Jesus.” While I don’t necessarily believe that is theologically sound, I can relate to ...

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Gaining Wisdom For The Future

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I have been married for five years. Although we don’t have children yet, God sometimes gives me precious glimpses into the hearts of my children-to-be. Jeremiah 1:5 says, even though they haven’t been formed in my womb yet, God already ...

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Drawing Near To God

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This week, I have been listening to the worship music from the Passion 2015 conference. One of the songs led me to begin meditating on the concept of “drawing near” to God. Throughout the week I have asked myself questions ...

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